Thursday, March 17, 2022

Think Tank Quickies (#440)

  • Kenneth Weinstein, a distinguished fellow at the Hudson Institute and former president and CEO of the think tank, is now a senior adviser at Brunswick Corp.
  • CSIS identifies North Korea base likely intended for ICBMs.
  • Third Way launches Sheild PAC to defend moderate Democrats.
  • Higher Education plays a key role in diversifying think tanks and public policy research.
  • Scholars from USIP, Quincy Institute, and Sejong Institute want to try something different for North Korea.
  • Halifax Security Forum, a pro-democracy think tank and conference organizer, began a video campaign tied to the Olympics to shame China for its human rights abuses. 
  • Yale to evaluate policies on gifts and donors.
  • New Lines Institute for Strategy and Policy, a think tank "working to enhance US foreign policy based on a deep understanding of the geopolitics of the different regions of the world and their value systems" that was founded in 2019 by Dr. Ahmed Alwani.
  • Flashback: CSIS's new project trying to poll North Koreans who live in North Korea.
  • Update on the Brookings cafeteria; Brookings Cafeteria podcast ends 8.5 year run.